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will step down, they've got to make another step. rebekah brooks, clearly, so far not touching family. if this was one of them to step down by the end of the year, that might be about interesting bet, but by the end of september, where we've set the barometer, they're going to do what the labor party used to do over here in the uk. an official inquiry, wait three moss and it dies down. so far they haven't managed to quell the media in the way they thought they could control the media, and look at them now. all oerch are the place. hysterical in my opinion. >> ten seconds before we got to run. rebekah brooks. her hair became famous this week also. i could see odds on whether that hair-style will become banned because she's persona el
in british history remember, lord beav per brook, the most powerful man in england brought down king edward viii, the current queen's uncle. he did it because he he felt he wasn't ready to be king. he brought him down. he was a newspaper man. nothing more, nothing less. he brought down a sitting king of england. rupert murdoch is nothing more than a modern day lord beaverbrook. look what's happening to hill. my question what does this mean for america? the senator should probably have hearings. the house won't it would go straight to the heart of roger ailes, fox news and that's the case. >> whether the center of the house. republican bes in the house. >> democrats run the senate. >> from new york, he is interest fundamental there's evidence they did hack into 9/11 family members. he does want it -- >> he did send a letter, certain sport thats. chairman of new york, have a hearing. >> so many layers to this whole thing, karen. what we talk about obviously on this show is the dysfunction of relationships. the alliance is between business, between money and politics and how that distorts poli
the debt ceiling. you have a wing in the republican party. david brooks argued today in this op-ed, it may not be a normal party. are we really at risk of some kind of actually going up to the debt limit and forcing the president to do a constitutional option? i mean, even if they overt calamity, is this the height 20 what government has become now? success in america means we overt calamity versus renewing the nation? >> remind people of the '94 issues. this is not the first time we've done this. by the way, the democrats and republicans, when pubben e republicans have the senate and democrats, with president reagan, the same thing. look at the documents to show all of this, a big huge kabuki dance. republican dos not want to take vote after vote after vote on raising the debt ceiling. they don't. why? get primaried, slaughtered in the polls. they've got a lot to lose. you have the admission. >> who doesn't want to be out there saying, on the tax increase. it is -- >> no, no. that's not the -- we're not supporting taxes -- >> on wealthy people. yeah. on wealthy people. >> susan, i said -
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